Heh, I started watching late, late at night and said "I'll watch half now and the rest tomorrow" then saw my FMA slap chop one, and was like "I'll keep watching to see where Mustakrakish was put." ...third from the end? Lo, did I not get enough sleep that night -_-
I admit, some of the later ones became a bit 'samey' and drifted together. I'm not sure if I could call that because the thing was so long, or because they weren't varied enough. I'm very fond of skit and parody clips personally, I have to respect you guys for wanting to keep the M in AMV Hell, for sure, but I definitely don't think it's a bad thing to have a lot of skits mixed in. That just seems to be the feeling that's going through audiences now. AMVs now are reaching almost professional capacity, so expectations have shifted, and also it seems all the nostalgic and classic songs that everyone knows in our generations have already been used in multiple ways generally, so original stuff is much harder to come by, and even then the original stuff is like the "Halo" and "Robot Unicorn" jokes, which I loved the Robot Unicorn running gag of course, it HAD to be given its pedestal.
Skits and parodies feel like they are more desirable, or at least something with a plot. Mustakrakish and Slap Chop were the only musical ones I made, but even they were a bit more like skits than actual AMV concepts. Perhaps it's just my mindset.